Serving our Community’s COVID-19 Needs
The Tucson Indian Center’s Health Services Department is committed to providing the Tucson urban American Indian community and others with the following services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in partnership with our valuable partners such as Pima County Health Department, Tohono O’Odham Nation, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Indian Health Services, and University of Arizona Mobile Health Program and MEZCOPH:
We provide the above services daily Monday through Friday with some events scheduled occasionally on the weekends. For the very latest on our scheduled vaccine, booster and testing events, and to view educational videos and other COVID-19 information, please visit our public Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tucsonindiancenter (No Facebook account required to view content.)
While responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with the above services, the Health Services Department is also simultaneously building its capacity to expand its services in response to the pandemic by building a COVID-19 clinic with integrated behavioral health services that will open in Summer 2022. We will be providing the following services at our COVID-19 clinic once it opens:
Specifically, the TIC will implement COVID-19 Prevention, Detection, Treatment, Mitigation and Chronic Care services in the patient-centered medical home model.